Terrell Owens, the transient receiver and darling of ESPN and social networkers, is a chopper in trouble now, seeking a safe place to put down. One of those havens is rumored to be Chargers Park. There are three chances of that — slim, none and fat.
He will not be cleared to land or even enter the airspace.
"We’re all set right now with our receivers," says Chargers General Manager A.J. Smith, back from vacation a week before the opening of training camp. "I don’t want to be involved. A lot of people have us targeted, but they know I wouldn’t do it."
T.O. will land somewhere, eventually, and the reason the Chargers are even brought up is because it’s perceived they need help at the position. Vincent Jackson, their top wide receiver, not only was a restricted free agent who refused to sign anything but a long-term deal, he also has been suspended three games in 2010 for his duet of DUI arrests.